Vinchu Kata

Powered by
?php echo $hotel['name']; ?> Book Now
Citrus Lonavala From USD 66.65 /Night
?php echo $hotel['name']; ?> Book Now
The Dukes Retreat From USD 102.94 /Night
?php echo $hotel['name']; ?> Book Now
Show More

About Vinchu Kata, Lonavala

A narrow fortified region in the Lohgarh fort, Vinchu Kata literally means Scorpion’s sting. The natural formation due to the fissure of lava has resulted into the finger like projection of rocks and the peak of the terrain is a must-visit.

A hiking trail from Vinchu Kata takes you to Visapur fort and is adorned by lush green forests and fantastic view of the valley.

Vinchu Kata Information

  • Hike can be tiresome and not suitable for infants, pregnant women, senior citizens and people with medical problems.
  • Wear rainy jacket and comfortable shoes.

Vinchu Kata Tickets Prices

  • Entry is free.

Vinchu Kata Opening and Closing Hours

  • Open 24 hours.
  • Best visited during day time.

How To Get To Vinchu Kata by Public Transport

  • Hiking.

Love this? Explore the entire list of things to do in Lonavala before you plan your trip.

Fancy a good night's sleep after a tiring day? Check out where to stay in Lonavala and book an accommodation of your choice.

Address: Lonavla, Pune, Maharashtra, India 410401

Show on map

Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

Added 12.3K times in trip plans

Forest, View Point, Hiking Trail, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Peak

Try TripHobo Trip Planner

Share your experience - Rate Vinchu Kata, Lonavala

  • This is a part of the Lohagad fort. Amazing view. Easy trek to the place. Just a couple of tricky spots and you can reach the place

  • Awesome view it has with a variety of flowers all around must visit during monsoon and for flowers landscape visit during mid October

  • Awesome place for outing. Adventure trek. Not recommended for kids. Kids can go maximum up to Lohagad Fort.

  • More u explore more u will see... walk in natural beauty... it was covered with yellow flowers everywhere..

  • Its the best part of Lohagad fort. Little difficult to climb at the tip of it but once you reach there, the view is unforgettable. Now management has installed fences which makes it secure and easier to get to.

Read all reviews